By Paula Vogel
Directed by Katherine McGerr
Paula Vogel is a master of finding humor in life’s dark corners. The Baltimore Waltz, written as a kind of theatrical eulogy to her beloved brother who died of AIDS in 1988, is a satiric and at times whacky comedy that charts a tale of a schoolteacher named Anna who takes a wild, lust-filled, last grab at life trip abroad after contracting a (fictional) fatal malady. As she indulges in food and romance, her brother Carl embarks on an absurd pursuit for a possible cure inspired by the classic film The Third Man. Reality and fantasy intermingle in this daringly comedic and ultimately heart-stirring play about love, loss, and coping with grief.
TICKETS AND MORE INFORMATION
Single tickets will be available in September.
Season subscriptions ($99) and flexible 4Packs ($60) are available through the Syracuse Stage Box Office (315.443.3275) or at www.SyracuseStage.org. Discounts available for seniors, students, and Syracuse University employees. Drama subscribers will receive vouchers redeemable for tickets to The Wizard of Oz.